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From Belize to Roatan, Six Tiny Private Island Resorts to Try

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The perception of private island resorts in the Caribbean is one of seclusion, of exclusivity; of, more often than nought, some degree of pretense.  But that’s not always the case.  And at a handful of private-island resorts in the Caribbean, […]


The Caribbean Travel Awards 2022

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It seems that every year in the Caribbean we say it’s been a year like no other — but in the age of the pandemic, that’s a guarantee. And if 2020 was defined by the ongoing question of the tourism […]


Virgin Gorda Airport Is Open Again in the British Virgin Islands

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For the first time since the onset of the pandemic, Virgin Gorda Airport is open for flights.  The first flight to touch down in Virgin Gorda since March 2020 was a flight on luxury airline Tradewind Aviation.  Tradewind VP David […]


The British Virgin Islands’ New Rules for Vaccinated Travelers

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The British Virgin Islands has announced an update to its travel rules, removing the on-arrival test requirement for fully vaccinated travelers.  Up until now, travelers had to take both a test before arriving in the BVI and one upon arrival […]

The Loose Mongoose, The British Virgin Islands’ Destination Beach Bar

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It ‘s a ritual for travelers to the British Virgin Islands. Land at Beef Island Airport, go through customs, gather your luggage and head to Trellis Bay, where you’d find your ferry or charter, step on your boat and begin […]

Rosewood Just Opened Its Newest Caribbean Resort

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Luxury hotel brand Rosewood has finally opened one of the company’s most highly anticipated resorts: the new Rosewood Le Guanahani St Barth.  The new hotel is a transformation of the former Le Guanahani hotel property that had long been one […]


The Winners of the 2021 Caribbean Journal Travelers' Choice Awards

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They’re here. After more than 53,000 votes were cast, the world’s largest community of experts on Caribbean travel — Caribbean Journal readers — has spoken, naming their favorite places in the Caribbean, from the best luxury resort to the region’s culinary […]

The Saba Rock Resort Is Back in The British Virgin Islands

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It’s back.  The long-awaited return of the beloved Saba Rock private-island resort in The British Virgin Islands is here.  The boutique private island resort officially reopened this week in the heart of the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.  “Our doors […]

The Caribbean’s Legendary Bitter End Yacht Club Is Rising Again

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Before the storm, it was a Caribbean Mecca.  And then Hurricane Irma came to the British Virgin Islands, and Virgin Gorda’s legendary Bitter End Yacht Club was no more.  But now, after four years of hard work, the Bitter End […]

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Corcoran Opens Third Caribbean Office

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Corcoran is continuing its Caribbean expansion, this time with an entry to the Bahamas market.  The company’s third affiliate in the region is CA Christie, which has now become Corcoran CA Christie Bahamas.  The Nassau-based office, led by broker and […]

In Anegada, Finding the British Virgin Islands’ Bucket-List Hotel

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You’re perched above the dunes at the edge of the Caribbean, just you and the breeze and the frothing waves.  This is Anegada, the frontier of the British Virgin Islands and the island that’s the most closely-guarded secret in an […]

Richard Branson’s Newest Caribbean Private Island Is Open

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Sir Richard Branson’s newest private-island destination is officially open, according to Virgin Limited Edition.  The-125 acre Moskito Island, set in the heart of the British Virgin Islands, is the “newest jewel in the Caribbean,” Virgin says.  The island’s accommodations are […]


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